Midfielder Emily van Egmond
- Height 179cm
- Weight 70kg
- D.O.B. 12/7/93
- Born Newcastle
The Newcastle-based star is now a starting XI member of the Matildas with her presence in the centre of midfield a huge boost.
Loves to ghost forward and score (she’s already scored at the 2011 World Cup, aged just 17 at the time), Van Egmond signed a deal to join German club FFC Frankfurt after the 2015 World Cup in Canada.
She is the daughter of former Socceroo Gary and at just 21 has a huge future ahead of her.
Tournament of Nations 2018
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